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Bonds E-trading: The More Things Change, the More They Attempt to Stay the Same

By 27 Jul, 2016November 18th, 2019Insights, Sellside Trends
By Frederic Ponzo, GreySpark Partners managing partner
The fixed income marketplace, specifically the corporate and government bonds markets, are awash with structural change in 2016 that is being driven by the confluence of post-financial crisis regulations and innovative, new buyside and sellside e-commerce and e-trading business and operational models. GreySpark Partners Managing Partner Frederic Ponzo will be one of the key note speakers addressing these topics at Euromoney Seminars’ 4th Annual European Electronic Bond Trading Forum taking place in London Sept. 12-13, 2016.
The following blog post summarises some of Mr. Ponzo’s and GreySpark’s thinking on how recent structural changes to the fixed income marketplace are specifically affecting the corporate credit trading space, and how the ramifications of those changes might play out over the next five to 10 years.

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